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AMD has definitely made its mark in recent days and they are in a constant endeavour to bring us new products while some of them are released officially and some in more of a discreet manner. Earlier AMD along with Global Foundries has provided us with the Ryzen 2400G and 2200G aimed for notebooks and they allow a user to enjoy a desktop alike performance in notebooks. Recently it was spotted over their website, two new laptops APU’s namely AMD Ryzen 7 2800H and Ryzen 5 2600H which were released discreetly.
Both of the APU’s are coming with four core and eight threads and they can work in 35-45 TDP scenarios providing the notebook manufactures more options to tweak around. The Ryzen 7 2800H comes with a base clock frequency of 3.3GHz and with a boost up to 3.8GHz along with 704SP (11 compute units, 64 stream processors per unit) when clocked at 3.6GHz.
However, on the other hand, the Ryzen 5 2600H is composed of a base clock frequency of 3.2GHz with a max boost up to 3.6GHz along with less GPU power. The VEGA GPU cores are clocked at 1100MHz and AMD has also configured the processor to support DDR4-3200 memory unit.
Going through the detailed specification of 2800H it can be said that this new processor will be faster than the desktop gaming processor and the Ryzen 5 2600H is exactly similar to that of the 2200G. Both of these new APU’s comes with the latest technology from AMD such as SenseMI and FreeSync which makes them more promising.